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How to add relevant visual interest to an online course listing?

Well, what use case would you serve with adding imagery? If the only reason everyone ever looks at this list is because they are looking for a course with a specific name, any icons would be clutter (...
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How to add relevant visual interest to an online course listing?

Try to add categorization and icon visualization for these categories You can maybe add an icon for a level/difficulty or your courses to improve the choice for your user
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Subsequent editing of inline “click to enter text” fields

I think a user test is your answer here. Not a massive-scale A/B test or anything, but just having two or three people who are not involved in the design and are somewhat members of your target group ...
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Microsoft Teams - Status colours shown on the UI for Away & Be Right Back are same?

When a user is away (that is, any variation on busy/away/brb/dnd), they will often become distracted by something and stay away for longer than they intended. A good design should afford for such ...
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Microsoft Teams - Status colours shown on the UI for Away & Be Right Back are same?

I think MS Teams is clustering statuses into green/yellow/red indicators: Green: You can send something to me Yellow: You can send something to me, but I might not get it right away Red: You shouldn'...
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Microsoft Teams - Status colours shown on the UI for Away & Be Right Back are same?

Good question - I looked into it a bit and I can't find anything super convincing. My theory is that they are trying to cater to both the sender and the receiver: Some people might want to ...
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What is wrong with this flowchart-matrix design?

If I understand correctly, the matrix specifies what statuses can transition to what other statuses. The rows on the left represent the “old” status, while the columns represent the “new” status. When ...
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What is wrong with this flowchart-matrix design?

I would suggest playing around with jobs to be done. First of all, determine the frequency of the user having to change values on the horizontal and vertical. Then maybe play around with some visual ...
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What is wrong with this flowchart-matrix design?

How would I know what the columns and the rows mean without your explanation? I would assume that it would help to have "axis-labels" for this matrix: Now this is obviously just an ugly ...
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What is wrong with this flowchart-matrix design?

I'm very curious about how others will answer this, and certain there will be better answers. I'm inclined to assume that: Your users are not going to be working in this matrix frequently; it's set-...
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What is the reason for moving the start button to the middle in Windows 11?

They did it to mimic phones and because most people simply don't use a desk top computer with a mouse anymore. Computers are moving to personal portable devices even when they link to a monitor and ...

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